A summary of violence against pro-civil rights supporters during the summer of ’64, in one Mississippi town

From what is fast becoming one of my favourite history blogs, The Vault at Slate.com.

An Astonishing Catalog of the Violence Committed Against “Freedom Summer” Participants in a Single Mississippi Town

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7 Responses to A summary of violence against pro-civil rights supporters during the summer of ’64, in one Mississippi town

  1. tkmorin says:

    Oh, thank you for the new site — looks very interesting! 🙂

    • This is one blog that actually looks like it takes the time to verify and research each of its artefacts – they have lots of great stuff (although nothing on Canada).

      • tkmorin says:

        I may concentrate on Canada, but I certainly love a good history article … And they indeed look like they ferret out the minutia! That’s great. Thanks again! 🙂

  2. This is so interesting, thank you – home grown terrorism.

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